This list is arranged by subject  ordered according to the 2010
Mathematics Subject Classification number corresponding to the primary
subject of the paper.
 11A: Elementary number theory


A simple polynomial for a simple transposition

A simple polynomial for a transposition

The smallest solution of φ(30n+1)<φ(30n) is ...
 11B: Sequences and sets


Constructions of generalized Sidon sets, with Kevin O'Bryant

Farmer Ted goes natural

Lower bounds for sumsets of multisets in Z_{p}^{2}, with Alexis Peilloux and Erick B. Wong

Many sets have more sums than differences, with Kevin O'Bryant

Optimal primitive sets with restricted primes, with William D. Banks

Primitive sets with large counting functions, with Carl Pomerance

The supremum of autoconvolutions, with applications to additive number theory, with Kevin O'Bryant

The symmetric subset problem in continuous Ramsey theory, with Kevin O'Bryant
 11D: Diophantine equations


Dense Egyptian fractions

Denser Egyptian fractions

Erdős–Turán with a moving target, equidistribution of roots of reducible quadratics, and Diophantine quadruples, with Scott Sitar

abc triples, with Winnie Miao

Solubility of systems of quadratic forms
 11F: Modular forms


Dimensions of the spaces of cusp forms and newforms on Γ_{0}(N) and Γ_{1}(N)
 11G: Elliptic curves


Appendix to 'The frequency of elliptic curve groups over prime finite fields', with Chantal David and Ethan Smith

Averages of the number of points on elliptic curves, with Paul Pollack and Ethan Smith
 11J: Diophantine approximation


The unreasonable effectualness of continued function expansions
 11K: Probabilistic number theory


Absolutely abnormal numbers
 11M: Zeta and Lfunctions


Nonzero values of Dirichlet Lfunctions at linear combinations of other zeros, with Nathan Ng

Nonzero values of Dirichlet Lfunctions in vertical arithmetic progressions, with Nathan Ng
 11N: Multiplicative number theory


Asymmetries in the Shanks–Rényi prime number race

An asymptotic formula for the number of smooth values of a polynomial

The average least character nonresidue and further variations on a theme of Erdős, with Paul Pollack

Biases in the Shanks–Rényi prime number race, with Andrey Feuerverger

Carreras de números primos, with Andrew Granville

Comparative prime number theory: a survey, with Justin Scarfy

An Erdős–Kac theorem for products of additive functions

An Erdős–Kac theorem for the number of prime factors of multiplicative orders, with Leo Goldmakher

Inclusive prime number races, with Nathan Ng

Inequities in the Shanks–Rényi prime number race: an asymptotic formula for the densities, with Daniel Fiorilli

Inequities in threeway prime number races

The iterated Carmichael λfunction and the number of cycles of the power generator, with Carl Pomerance

The least prime primitive root and the shifted sieve

The number of subgroups in the multiplicative group modulo n

Polynomials whose coefficients are related to the Goldbach conjecture, with Peter Borwein, KwokKwong Stephen Choi, and Charles L. Samuels

Polynomial values free of large prime factors, with Cécile Dartyge and Gérald Tenenbaum

Prime number races, with Andrew Granville

Roots of unity and nullity modulo n, with Steven Finch and Pascal Sebah

Squarefree values of trinomial discriminants, with David W. Boyd and Mark Thom

Structural insights and elegant applications: a book review of The Anatomy of Integers

Uniform bounds for the least almostprime primitive root
 15: Linear algebra


Almost all integer matrices have no integer eigenvalues, with Erick B. Wong

The number of 2×2 integer matrices having a prescribed integer eigenvalue, with Erick B. Wong
 33: Special functions


A product of Gamma function values at fractions with the same denominator
 5152: Geometry


Compactness theorems for geometric packings

The limiting curve of Jarník's polygons

Primitive points in lattice polygons, with Imre Barany, Eric Naslund, and Sinai Robins

Sets that contain their circle centers
 90D: Game theory


Restoring fairness to Dukego
The above papers are the intellectual property of Greg Martin, with copyrights held by the journals in which they appear. All rights reserved.
